His main research concerns Ecology, Coral, Reef, Coral reef and Symbiodinium. His work on Fishery expands to the thematically related Ecology. His study on Coral is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Species richness.
Porites is the focus of his Reef research. In his work, Environmental degradation, Mangrove, Overfishing and Urbanization is strongly intertwined with Ecosystem, which is a subfield of Coral reef. His Symbiodinium research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Zooxanthellae, Anthozoa and Algae.
His primary areas of study are Ecology, Coral reef, Reef, Coral and Fishery. The various areas that John A. Burt examines in his Ecology study include Symbiosis and Symbiodinium. John A. Burt combines subjects such as Biodiversity, Climate change and Ecosystem with his study of Coral reef.
He has researched Reef in several fields, including Cnidaria, Abundance, Benthos, Benthic zone and Habitat. His study in Coral bleaching, Acropora, Environmental issues with coral reefs, Platygyra daedalea and Anthozoa is carried out as part of his studies in Coral. His work is dedicated to discovering how Acropora, Common species are connected with Indicator species, Coelenterata and Dominance and other disciplines.
His primary scientific interests are in Coral reef, Ecology, Reef, Coral and Coral reef fish. The study incorporates disciplines such as Seagrass, Habitat, Marine ecosystem and Global warming, Climate change in addition to Coral reef. The concepts of his Habitat study are interwoven with issues in Fishery and Internal transcribed spacer.
John A. Burt applies his multidisciplinary studies on Ecology and Pomacanthus maculosus in his research. His Reef study is associated with Oceanography. His study in the field of Coral bleaching and Acropora is also linked to topics like Database.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Coral reef, Ecology, Reef, Habitat and Climate change. His work carried out in the field of Coral reef brings together such families of science as Urban planning, Sustainable development, Urbanization, Ecological engineering and Seascape. His Clade research extends to Ecology, which is thematically connected.
His Reef research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Shamal, Wind speed, Atmospheric sciences, Water column and Coral. John A. Burt specializes in Coral, namely Coral bleaching. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including IUCN Red List, Marine conservation, Biodiversity and Extinction.
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Symbiodinium thermophilum sp. nov., a thermotolerant symbiotic alga prevalent in corals of the world's hottest sea, the Persian/Arabian Gulf
B. C. C. Hume;C. D'Angelo;E. G. Smith;J. R. Stevens.
Scientific Reports (2015)
The growing need for sustainable ecological management of marine communities of the Persian Gulf.
Peter F. Sale;David A. Feary;John A. Burt;Andrew G. Bauman.
AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment (2011)
Ancestral genetic diversity associated with the rapid spread of stress-tolerant coral symbionts in response to Holocene climate change
Benjamin C. C. Hume;Christian R. Voolstra;Chatchanit Arif;Cecilia D'Angelo.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2016)
Are artificial reefs surrogates of natural habitats for corals and fish in Dubai, United Arab Emirates?
Coral Reefs (2009)
Coral recruitment and early benthic community development on several materials used in the construction of artificial reefs and breakwaters
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology (2009)
Corals from the Persian/Arabian Gulf as models for thermotolerant reef-builders: prevalence of clade C3 Symbiodinium, host fluorescence and ex situ temperature tolerance.
B. Hume;C. D'Angelo;John A. Burt;Andrew Baker.
Marine Pollution Bulletin (2013)
Host adaptation and unexpected symbiont partners enable reef-building corals to tolerate extreme temperatures
Global Change Biology (2016)
The environmental costs of coastal urbanization in the Arabian Gulf
The arabian gulf
World Seas: an Environmental Evaluation (2019)
Recovery of corals a decade after a bleaching event in Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Marine Biology (2008)
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